Dr. S.SATHIK BASHA

Designation : Associate Professor
Nature of Employment : Regular
Qualification : M.Sc,
Phone : 044-22751347(Office), 9444226819
Email ID : sathik.basha@crescent.education, sathiknoushin@gmail.com

Teaching

Educational Background

Programme Discipline Year of Passing University
Ph.D Mechanical Engineering 2015 Anna University
M.Tech.(Non-Destructive Testing) Physics 2000 Bharathidasan University
M.Sc. (Electronics) Physics 1998 Bharathidasan University
B.Sc Physics 1996 Madras University

Work Experience

Designation Associate Professor
Additional Responsibilities
  • Academic Coordinator
  • ISO coordinator
  • Transport officer
  • DAAC member
  • Faculty advisor
  • Class advisor
  • Theory co-ordinator
  • Department co-ordinator for website
  • Areas of Expertise
  • Laser surface modification
  • Surface modification Techniques
  • Non-Destructive Testing
  • Erosion and corrosion analysis.
  • Thin film technology
  • Date of joining at BSAU
    20.09.2000
    Years of Experience at BSAU
    16 years
    Previous Experience
    Nil

    Research

    Areas of Research Interest

    • Laser surface modification
    • Surface modification Techniques
    • Non-Destructive Testing
    • Erosion and corrosion analysis.
    • Thin Film Technology

    INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS

    • Sathik Basha, S, Periasamy, VM & Kamaraj, M, ‘Slurry Erosion Resistance of Laser-Modified16Cr–5Ni Stainless steel’, International journal of Chemtech Research, 6, 691-704, 2014.
    • Sathik Basha, S, Periasamy, VM, Kamaraj, M & Shariff, SM, ‘Improvement of Slurry Erosion Wear Resistance of 16Cr-5Ni Martensite Stainless Steel by LSA and LTH’, Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, 22, 3689-3698, 2013.

    INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

    • Sathik Basha,S, Kamaraj, M, Periasamy, VM & Shariff, SM 2013, ‘The Effects of Laser   Surface Alloying and Laser Transformation Hardening on Microstructure and Erosion Properties of 16Cr-5Ni Alloy Steel’, Proceedings of Thin Films and Nanomaterials, held on Nov 12-16, 2011 at PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore, TamilNadu, India.

    NATIONAL CONFERENCE

    • Sathik Basha, S, Periasamy, VM, Kamaraj, M & Shariff, SM 2013, ‘Improvement of erosion wear properties of 16Cr-5Ni  alloy steel by Laser Surface Alloying and Laser Transformation Hardening, Recent Advances in Materials (NCRAM-2013), during 9-10, April 2013 at B.S. Abdur Rahman Institute, Vandalur, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
    • Sathik Basha, S, Periasamy, VM, Kamaraj, M & Shariff, SM 2013, ‘Microstructure, hardness and slurry erosion study of laser modified 16Cr-5Ni martensitic stainless steel,  Advances in Materials, Design & Manufacturing (AMDM-2013),  during 17th April, 20l3 at B.S. Abdur Rahman Institute, Vandalur, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.

    Publication Details

    Year Authors Title Journal Name Volume/
    Page No.
    Impact factor
    2017 Ikram Un Nabi Lone,Sheik Sirajuddeen M. Mohamed,I.B. Shameem Banu,S. Sathik Basha Structural, Elastic and Magnetic properties of Mn and Sb doped chromium nitride – An ab initio study Materials chemistry and physics Vol.192
    PP.291-298
    2.101
    2014 Sathik Basha, S, Periasamy, VM & Kamaraj, M Slurry Erosion Resistance of Laser-Modified16Cr–5Ni Stainless steel’, International journal of Chemtech Research, 6, 691-704, 2014. International journal of Chemtech Research vol. 6,
    pp. 691-704
    0.616
    2014 M Mubeen, K Periyanayagam, S Sathik Basha Anatomical investigation on the leaves of Piper betle (L) var. sirugamani 1(SGM1) links an ethnomedical important medicinal plant and its pharmacognostic relevance. International Journal of PharmTech Research 6(1):244-251 · vol. 6
    pp. 244-251.
    0.616
    2013 Sathik Basha, S,

    Periasamy, VM,

    Kamaraj, M & Shariff, SM,

    Improvement of Slurry Erosion Wear Resistance of 16Cr-5Ni Martensite Stainless Steel by LSA and LTH’ Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance. Vol.22, pp.3689-3698 1.094
    2011 K Periyanayagam, M Mubeen, Mohamed M Sakeem, Sathik S Basha Phytochemichal studies and GC/MS analysis on the isolated essential oil from the leaves of Piper betle var. Siguramanil 1 (SGM1) J Pharm Res Vol 4,pp

    2411-2413

    0.787